I want to run one master Syncthing node and several clients connected to it. On the master node I plan to have a large folder that will be shared with clients. When client accepts a folder share they will ignore all files at first. Then I would like clients to selectively include sub-directories and files they want to sync (to have locally available).
Currently, this scenario is possible given that clients know the folder structure to write ignore patterns. My question is how would I make master node to advertise the folder structure? Ideally, I would like to have a file perhaps in
.stfolder that will contain all directories and files that master node can potentially sync with the client.
Is there a built-in way to achive this?
Alternatively, I can write a file watcher that would put that file under
.stfolder. Can I put arbitrary files to
.stfolder and is that folder synced between devices?